Today's News

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: John Hardin tops Braden, Nelson (2/14)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — This wasn’t the happy homecoming Nelson County coach Artie Braden was hoping for Friday night. Braden was John Hardin’s first head basketball coach, compiling a 119-83 record in seven seasons.

  • Tough times show Kentuckians at their best

    By GOV. STEVE BESHEAR Guest Columnist The late-January winter storm that slammed into Kentucky tested not only our infrastructure but our spirit. Belying its glistening beauty, the relentless accumulation of snow and ice caused such devastation that its impact has been compared to that of an earthquake. Nearly 800,000 families and businesses – representing almost 36 percent o

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: LaRue County bounces back (02/15)

    The News-Enterprise

    A night after suffering their worst loss – a 30-point defeat at Taylor County – of the season, the LaRue County Hawks bounced back to snap a two-game losing skid.

    It didn’t come easy as the Hawks rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit to post a 73-62 victory over visiting Logan County on Saturday night.

    Senior Bryan Bault led LaRue County (19-5) with 23 points and six rebounds. Senior Tyler Hornback had a solid all-around game with 14 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: North, John Hardin win in Valentine's Day Shootout (02/15)


  • A PR message with a little bit of Seoul

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com HODGENVILLE — Kentucky’s effort to mark Abraham Lincoln’s bicentennial birthday included a public relations push to let the world know he was born here. The media have responded. Sandy Brue, chief of interpretation and resource management for the birthplace park, said her office has fielded questions from an array of loca

  • Kosair Children's Hospital reaches out to E'town



    ELIZABETHTOWN – Representatives from Kosair Children’s Hospital are looking to engage the communities throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana served by the hospital.

    As a new member of the Elizabethtown-Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, three representatives from the hospital joined scores of medical professionals from throughout the area for a luncheon Tuesday.

  • Spring fire restrictions begin today



    HARDIN COUNTY – Kentucky’s spring fire season begins today, meaning woody debris may not be burned within 150 feet of tree-lines or between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. regardless of the amount of storm debris strewn across the state.

    Most city governments have protocol relating to outside burns, with most requiring burn permits.

    Burning without a permit in unincorporated areas of the county is allowed as long as it is conducted within state guidelines.

  • The colors of love

    Barbara Morgan arranges a dozen Orange Unique roses in a vase Saturday morning at The Rosey Posey as part of a Valentine's Day bouquet. The business went through over 1,000 red roses and about 700 colored roses along with untold amounts of lillies and carnations in preparing arrangements for Valentine's Day gifts.


  • Coroner seeks next of kin

    Staff Report

    RADCLIFF — The Hardin County Coroner is looking for next of kin for a Radcliff man who died early this month.

    According to Deputy Hardin County Coroner Ken Spangenburger, 55-year-old Ricky Noe died of natural causes Feb. 2 at his Hill Street home in Radcliff.

    Noe managed a mobile home park up until his death, Spangenburger said.

    Spangenburger said the coroner's office will delay cremation of the body in hopes of finding next of kin.

  • Feb. 13: Services